The cable which allows connection and access to and from the trunk cables of a network such as the cables that connect individual PCs to the bus on a bus LAN. In Ethernet, synonymous with "AUI Cable".
The transmission cable in a CATV system from the distribution cable to a dwelling.
In a local area networks, a cable that connects the main network cable, or bus, & the data terminal equipment (DTE).
A cable used to connect a node (such as a workstation) to the trunk cable in a thick Ethernet network.
The cable from the wall socket to the network device, usually a PC or DTE
A cable either in coax or fiber that connects an incoming or feeder to the customer premise.
Drop cables connect the feeder cables to customers’ homes.
In a CATV system, the transmission cable from the distribution cable to a dwelling.
The final stretch of coaxial cable that connects a customer's home to the cable system.
A cable that links a network adapter to an external transceiver attached to a co-axial LAN such as Ethernet. Also called an Attachment Unit Interface cable or transceiver cable.
Generally 330 feet or less, of coaxial cable, starting at a tap and continuing on to the subscriber's connection.
The cable used to route a signal from outside distribution equipment to a television.
The coaxial cable that connects the feeder portion of the distribution system at the tap to the customer's premises.
Generally 330 feet or less, of coaxial cable, starting at a tap and continuing on to the subscribers connection. Or coaxial cable that connects to a residence or service location from a directional coupler (tap) on the nearest coaxial feeder cable.